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Subject: RE: [office] SC34 Ballot N1414 "New Work Item Proposal on DocumentPackaging"
"Dennis E. Hamilton" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 06/04/2010 04:32:29 PM: > > Furthermore, if there were to be a JIRA issue against the ZIP Application > Note, where is there a jurisdiction for resolving that issue? Certainly not > us, but who? What is the maintenance body, what is its governance, and how > can one submit a defect report? > The Application Note speaks of a "ZIP File Specification Committee" includes an email address for submitting comments and defines a change process. Is that what you are looking for? If you (or any other TC member) thinks we require a change to the Application Note, then please enter an issue in JIRA and we can review and make a request on behalf of the TC. "IX. Change Process ------------------ In order for the .ZIP file format to remain a viable definition, this specification should be considered as open for periodic review and revision. Although this format was originally designed with a certain level of extensibility, not all changes in technology (present or future) were or will be necessarily considered in its design. If your application requires new definitions to the extensible sections in this format, or if you would like to submit new data structures, please forward your request to email@example.com. All submissions will be reviewed by the ZIP File Specification Committee for possible inclusion into future versions of this specification. Periodic revisions to this specification will be published to ensure interoperability. We encourage comments and feedback that may help improve clarity or content." -Rob